care. that will save over $1 trillion in spending. that's harmful for business. i think we ought to cut out and look at places where there's redundancy in government. the government accountability office has put that forward. i think we ought to embrace the ideas that will come from federal government employees and reward them with bonuses for cost-saving ideas. the long-term solution is not these band-aids, but the budget amendment. >> let's do three things. george allen voted for tax cuts when he was senator, and he voted for them to be temporary, for the reason was, if you made them permanent, you'd bust the deficit. it's time to let the tax cuts expire for those who make more than $500,000. if the tax cuts go back to where they were before, we were in the longest economic expansion in the united states. that will produce $500 billion in revenue. fix medicare. allow for negotiation for prescription drug prices, something that george voted against when he was in the senate. that will save $240 billion over ten years. and finally, take away subsidies from the big five oil companies.